You will recall, if you care about such things, the Eleventh Circuit's decision in Rodriguez, putting that Circuit at the stingy end of the "what do we do about Booker plain error cases?" spectrum. Rodriguez is cert-pending without bothering with an en banc petition, but that didn't stop a judge on the Circuit from calling for a vote on rehearing en banc. Denied, with 92 pages of associated opinions -- 45 or so from Judge Carnes defending the stingy view, and an equal amount consisting of separate opinions by Judge Tjoflat and Barkett dissenting from the denial of rehearing en banc. At this point the issue is going to have to be settled by the Supreme Court, so these 92 pages aren't really required reading for most people. Except for Professor Berman, who will presumably have a cogent synopsis of them.